Eskimos: Winter in Western Alaska
Typical activities of Alaskan Eskimo life throughout a long winter. Depicts the Eskimo's dependence upon fish as a food supply and illustrates methods of obtaining fish. Portrays food, clothing, and household activities and shows methods of keeping warm. Reveals dangers incident to a seal hunt and ends with an authentic Eskimo dance.<BR><BR>02:08:52 - Eskimo man going out alone in canoe on icy water
- 2002-07-16 00:00:00
- Closed captioning
- United States
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Subject: Innacuracies abound but still should make us think
Subject: eskimos: winter in western alaska
no matter WHO we are, we OVERFISH, OVERKILL, OVERBREED, the aztecs, the "eskimos", the native americans driving buffalo over cliffs, easter islanders, on and on.
the ONLY reason we survived stripping our earth then was because there were only like a million of us. people, we really need to stop breeding.
and like these people would sleep on a log? with all that fluffy fur around? the makers of these movies don't think very logically! :D
Subject: Eskimos on Ice
Ratings: Camp/Humor Value: **. Weirdness: ***. Historical Interest: ****. Overall Rating: ***.
Subject: Well... not quite
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